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- n. An alloy of nickel and iron.
“Its Cerro Matosa operation is one of the world's largest producers of ferronickel.”
“The deal signed Wednesday by Baosteel and Sinosteel Group in Beijing calls for the two companies to cooperate in the supply of raw materials such as iron ore, chromium, ferrochrome and ferronickel, Baosteel said in its internal newspaper, the Baosteel Daily.”
“Commercial Caribbean Nickel SA (CCN) to conduct a study on the proposed ferronickel coastal project.”
“Industries: low levels of technology predominate, such as, oil refining by distillation only; produces basic liquid fuels, coal, metallic chromium, lead, zinc, and ferronickel; light industry produces basic textiles, wood products, and tobacco”
“Asia's largest producer of ferronickel, to build a fully integrated accounting system for Pacific Metals which greatly improves the efficiency and accuracy of its corporate administration functions.”
“Pacific Metals is Asia's largest, and the world's third-largest, producer of ferronickel, a nickel-iron alloy that is the principal component of stainless steel.”
“* Indonesian gold and copper miner PT Aneka Tambang said on Tuesday it is in talks with several Chinese firms about their possible investment in its $1.2 billion ferronickel smelter.”
“Sumitomo Metal cut its nickel and ferronickel output by 10% in the fiscal year ending March 1999.”
“Titanium master alloys, vanadium chemicals, ferronickel-molybdenum and ferrotitanium products were also impacted by falling end market prices.”
“The company's Hyuga Smelter for ferronickel will be closed for 21 days in May-June for repairs on one production line and”
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